Online Film and Discussion
This new documentary explores a scientific discovery called CRISPR that gives people the power to change what it means to be human.
“Every ‘Oh wow’ in ‘Human Nature’ is matched by an ‘Oh no’ somewhere down the line. Together, these two competing emotions – excitement and unease – make for one pretty fascinating documentary.” – Ken Jaworowski, NY Times
Watch the film online anytime and join us for:
Online Q&A | Wednesday, October 14 | 7 PM: “Reality Check – Science to Science Fiction!”
Led by Dr. Michael V. Wiles, Senior Director of Tech Evaluation and Development at The Jackson Laboratory.
Dr. Wiles will talk about his take and answer questions on what genetic engineering may mean to humankind – what is possible now, things to come (or not), and its power and limitations.
Register for the event HERE
Science on Screen:
Real Art Ways brings the world of science alive, pairing critically acclaimed films with discussions led by area scientists.
Science on Screen is an initiative of the Coolidge Corner Theatre with major support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.